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SEP
22

Lucienne Boyce guest on Talking Books, 10 Radio

11:00 - 12:00

Visit the website for more information

SEP
23

Book Signing with Lin Treadgold

10:00 - 12:30
Come and meet the author of Goodbye Henrietta Street at Bow Village Hall, Crediton, Devon.

SEP
26

Jess Hiles and Jo Allmond Book Signing

14:00 - 16:00
Join Jess and Jo for a book signing for She's Still My Nan at Great Holm Café, Milton Keynes, MK8 9HP.

SEP
30

Writing Short Fiction

17:30
Justin Newland joins Ed Fortune, Pete Sutton, Dean M. Drinkel, Phil Sloman and Shona Kinsella at FantasyCon. Sandringham Room, Bull Hotel, Peterborough.

SEP
30

Mythology, Folk Tales and the Imagination

20:30
Justin Newland joins Iain Grant, Eliza Chan, James Bennett, Tracy Fahey and James Brogde at FantasyCon. Sandringham Room, Bull Hotel, Peterborough.

OCT
19

North Bristol Writers present “Tales from the Graveyard”

19:00 - 21:30
Justin Newland joins top local authors to read eerie and chilling stories inspired by the cemetery location. Email bookings@arnosvale.org.uk for more information.

OCT
28

SilverWood Social 2017

18:00 - 22:00
Always a popular event in the SilverWood calendar, the annual Social is a wonderful opportunity for authors to get together and chat or share experiences over some food and a glass of wine at the Mercure Brigstowe. Golden and Silver tickets available. FFI please email Claire.

NOV
9

David Ebsworth Tells Stories

12:30
David Ebsworth tells little-known facts about the Spanish Civil War. Bristol Central Library, BS1 5TL.

NOV
29

'Stranger Than Fiction' with David Ebsworth

14:30
David Ebsworth tells a medley of entertaining stories from history that are all weird but perfectly true. Long Melford Library, Suffolk, CO10 9JT.

NOV
30

'Stranger Than Fiction' with David Ebsworth

10:30
David Ebsworth tells a medley of entertaining stories from history that are all weird but perfectly true. Saxmundham Library, Suffolk, IP17 1AL.

NOV
30

'Stranger Than Fiction' with David Ebsworth

14:30
David Ebsworth tells a medley of entertaining stories from history that are all weird but perfectly true. Newmarket Library, Suffolk, CB8 8EQ.

NOV
30

David Ebsworth Tells Stories

19:30
David Ebsworth tells little-known facts about the Spanish Civil War. Sudbury Library, Suffolk, CO10 2EN.

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Small Publishers’ Fair 2017

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Sicilian Summer by Mary Taylor Simeti

Not just a cookbook – 'Sicilian Summer' explores the relationship between food and happiness, and its role within the family.

Money Mystery: How is Money Created? by A G Glaze

The second exciting adventure from the Professor Golden Coin series.

When the Mermaid Sings by Helen Hollick

A Jesamiah Acorne short read.

The Malice of Angels by Wendy Percival

The deepest shadows hide the darkest truth.

The Mystery of Cloverdaisy Cottage by David Yearsley

'The Mystery of Cloverdaisy Cottage' follows Kate and Clara, two ten-year-old girls who discover that the loft in Kate’s grandmother’s house holds hidden mysteries.

Mezzaluna Smile [Italian Edition] by Mara Lembo

An Italian language memoir centred around the author's search for fulfilment and her love of Italian food.

Mezzaluna Smile by Mara Lembo

A memoir centred around the author's search for fulfilment and her love of Italian food.

Life's A Game You Play by Libor Mikeska

An immensely captivating story that questions our notions of what really matters in life.

Sophia Cobbs' Wondrous World of Witchcraft and Misery by Sophia Cobbs

The perfect man? That's asking for trouble.

The Lesson by Bobbie Coelho

The third collection of poetry from Bobbie Coelho.

Sushi the Christmas Puppy by Maggie Stirling

Will dear little Sushi find a new home?

Untethered by John Bowie

Classic crime noir full of dirty realism.

Please Don't Hire Me, I'm Scared by Sophie Bloodworth

Helpful and humorous job interview advice.

Separation by Susan E Jones

The author's second novel follows a disjointed family mending the bridges of separation.

The Saturday Letters by Jill Treseder

Betrayed by her own daughter, can Henrietta set aside her sorrow and reveal the truth?

The Saturday Letters by Jill Treseder

Betrayed by her own daughter, can Henrietta set aside her sorrow and reveal the truth?

King Billy and the Royal Road by RC Ajuonuma

A rhyming story about a hungry little boy named Billy.

All Aboard the Bradford Train by Andrew Rishworth

A fast-paced account of the Bradford City football club during the 2015–16 season.

A Saintly Grave Disturbed by Nikki Copleston

A DI Jeff Lincoln short read.

Look Out! Look Out! Jack Frost is About! by Kylie Holmes

Follow Tom and his parents as they discover what's hiding under the bed.

The Realist by Sarah Coleman

Inspired by the life and work of Berenice Abbott, one of modern photography’s most provocative and fearless heroines.

Realist (The) [Hardback Edition] by Sarah Coleman

Inspired by the life and work of Berenice Abbott, one of modern photography’s most provocative and fearless heroines.

Filter Free by Lauren Derrett

A collection of stories from brave women who have all come together in a bid to help reconnect women in a world of social disconnect.

Isabella of Angoulême by Erica Lainé

The second part in the Isabella of Angoulême series.

The Spirit Lives by Alison Porter

The story of a desperate quest for the truth – for closure, and also revenge.

There's No Such Thing as Monsters by Kylie Holmes

Tom believes that monsters live in his bedroom. His mum tells him there's no such thing. Is she right?

Madeleine Symons by Martin Ferguson Smith

A biography of Madeleine Symons on the sixtieth anniversary of her death.

Solving the Financial Success Puzzle by Gill Fielding

The companion title to Solving the Property Puzzle.

Go Gentle by David Peak

First published in 1991, an ebook edition of David Peak's third novel will soon be available.

Old Boys Young Lives by Graham Jones

Celebrating the adventurous Old Boys of Bridgnorth Grammar School and the heroic sacrifices they made during the Great War.

CJ by Colin Sole

Whilst at school a bitter rivalry is formed between best friends CJ and Martin and the school bully, Castle.

AB Gets His Wings by Richard Bland

The touching story of AB the teddy bear and his exciting aviation adventures.

Mr Harris Makes It Up by Francis Prendiville

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